Recommended for: Golf coaches, instructors and teaching centers
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Recommended for: All serious golfers
I met Jim Hackenberg, the inventor of the Orange Whip, in September 2012 at a golf instructor summit, during which he spoke about his journey in creating this product and getting it to market. An interesting story of ingenuity and perseverance and one to which I can TOTALLY relate. My interest piqued, I attended Jim’s demonstration, asked questions and purchased the product. It has been in my golf bag since and I use it to warm up before every round. I can attest to Jim’s claims that this product improves tempo and balance as well as distance. The major impact on my game is that I get off to better starts, especially those rounds where I cannot hit balls prior. There is a reason why a large percentage of PGA Tour players and top amateur golfers have this in their bags!
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Recommended for: Aspiring juniors, their parents and coaches/instructors
I have worked with Henry Brunton for 19 years. He has dedicated himself to instruction; specifically to the development of junior golfers, and has set himself apart as the leader in this field. His new book, High Performance Golf, is the bible for how an aspiring junior golfer should prepare for successful growth in the game, as well as what they can expect to encounter along the way.
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